Verdi
v.
Wilkinson Cnty.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF GEORGIA MACON DIVISIONMar 11, 2013
CIVIL ACTION NO. 5:12-CV-488(MTT) (M.D. Ga. Mar. 11, 2013)

CIVIL ACTION NO. 5:12-CV-488(MTT)

03-11-2013

BILLIE JEAN VERDI, Petitioner, v. WILKINSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, JOHN W. ROBERTS, et al., Defendants.


ORDER

Before the Court are Petitioner Billie Jean Verdi's Motion Before the Court and Motion for Review of Civil Action. (Docs. 17 and 18). The Court's January 9, 2013, Order dismissed the Petitioner's Petition without prejudice for failing "to state an arguable basis in law or fact for the relief it seeks." (Doc. 8). The Petitioner moved to restate on January 17, 2013 (Doc. 11), and the Court found that the Petitioner's Motion to Restate did not change the Court's previous analysis of her Petition (Doc. 12). The Petitioner moved again to amend/restate her civil case (Doc. 13) and for reconsideration of the Court's Order dismissing her case (Doc. 14). The Court denied both motions. (Doc. 15).

The Petitioner now moves the Court again to amend her Petition. (Doc. 17). The Petitioner also requests that the Court review the civil action and reinstate the Petition. (Doc. 18). Both Motions are DENIED. The Petitioner still fails the state a legally cognizable claim and her case has been dismissed. There is nothing to amend. In any event, nothing in the Petitioner's Motions alters the Court's previous analysis.

Though styled as a "Motion Before the Court," the contents of the Motion request that the Court permit the Petitioner to amend her Petition. Therefore, the Court will construe the Motion as a third Motion to Amend/Restate.

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MARC T. TREADWELL, JUDGE


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT